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The Numbers: Travis County Primaries

District 50 state Representative Dawnna Dukes' supporters celebrate her easy victory.
District 50 state Representative Dawnna Dukes' supporters celebrate her easy victory. (Photo By Erica C. Barnett)

Here are the final Travis County results in the presidential primary and for local contested races in each primary. Incumbents are in bold type. Candidates marked with an (*) asterisk will face off in the runoff April 11.


U.S. President

George W. Bush: 39,123 (83.0%)

John McCain: 5,233 (11.1%)

Alan Keyes: 2,321 (4.9%)

Others: 200 (0.4%)

Uncommitted: 271 (0.6%)

U.S. House, District 10

Charles Moritz: 19,885 (59.1%)

Jerry Mikus Jr.: 10,998 (32.7%)

Ronnie (Reeferseed) Gjemre: 2,758 (8.2%)

State Representative, District 48

Jill Warren*: 2,697 (34.7%)

Scott Loras*: 1,882 (24.2%)

Joe Anderson: 1,553 (20.0%)

Maria Gavilan Burbridge: 807 (10.4%)

Robert Wyckoff: 485 (6.2%)

Albert Stowell: 350 (4.5%)

Travis County Constable, Pct. 2

Bob Vann: 8,475 (63.8%)

Jeff Hill: 4,817 (36.2%)

Travis County Constable, Pct. 3

Drew McAngus: 8,137 (62.8%)

Xavier Montalvo: 4,821 (37.2%)

Travis Co. Party Chair

Alan Sager*: 15,939 (44.3%)

Becky Motal*: 10,488 (29.0%)

Hank Gonzalez: 6,067 (16.9%)

H.R. (Mickey) Bentley: 3,403 (9.5%)


U.S. President

Al Gore: 27,774 (81.5%)

Bill Bradley: 5,930 (17.4%)

Lyndon LaRouche: 363 (1.1%)

State Representative, District 48

Ann Kitchen: 5,813 (74.3%)

Mandy Dealey: 2,006 (25.7%)

State Representative, District 50

Dawnna Dukes: 5,762 (72.2%)

Stella Roland: 2,217 (27.8%)

53rd District Judge

Scott Jenkins: 15,967 (52.7%)

Susan Haney: 14,337 (47.3%)

County Court-at-Law No. 5

Gisela Triana: 21,603 (66.4%)

Gus Garcia Jr.: 10,946 (33.6%)

Travis County Constable, Pct. 1

Luke Mercer: 3,118 (54.7%)

Michael A. Carter: 1,706 (29.9%)

Flynn A. Lee: 875 (15.4%)

Travis County Constable, Pct. 4

Maria Canchola*: 1,940 (48.2%)

Rocky Medrano*: 1,530 (38.0%)

Joe Hardin: 554 (13.8%)

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